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Aldean told Billboard magazine that this Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip tale of a contemporary romance, "came in really late." He added: "I got an email, I think from Rhett, and it had that song in it, and I downloaded it on my phone and played it riding in my truck. I thought, 'that's pretty cool' but we basically had the record cut, we were done. I kept listening to it, and we were talking about going back in and cutting a few more songs, so I called Rhett and said, 'they, let me have this song for a minute.' We put it on hold, and when we went back in, that was the first song we cut."
The song slowly grew on Aldean the more he listened to it. "Rhett Akins, one of the writers on it, pitched it to me," he explained to Radio.com
. "[And] as time went on I liked it enough to put it in the show. And the reaction we got there was great."
The song's music video was filmed while Aldean performed at the University of Georgia's Sanford Stadium, as part of his Night Train to Georgia tour. The Georgia native was the first artist to perform a show in the venue. "I didn't want to pick a handful of stadiums just to say we were going to play stadiums, I wanted to play places that were special to me, and places that I really dug," he said. "Being from Georgia and being a big [University of] Georgia fan, this was number one on my list, but they've never had a show here, so it was one of those things, 'That would really be cool, but they've never done it before and I don't know if they'll let us do it.'"
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